Play Music by Breaking Laser on the Beamz

Beamz, the latest laser-based discovery functions on its very connectivity to computer via USB. This gives you an opportunity to play numerous musical devices in an exact Jean Michel Jarre style by flouting the laser beams with hands. This “W” shaped system comes equipped with six laser beams straddling across the two segments; connected via USB and hooked up some amplifiers. The uncomplicated, spontaneous computer interface enables you to choose from the 30 integrated songs available in 19 genres enjoying the harmonizing rhythm track. The beamz annals includes creative works in jazz, bluegrass, classical, hip-hop, reggae, heavy metal and more.


Flouting the laser beams with your hands robotically produces pre-authored pulses, rivulets, riffs or loops of melodic notes from an implausible array of tools across the globe viz. guitars, steel guitar and other sundry strings even cowbell. It is a beautiful feeling when urbane high-fidelity resonance seems to dispense from your fingertips. Standing 19 inches tall, the Beam Music Performance System is available at The Sharper Image for $599.95 (inclusive of software plus USB cable).

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